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I have a tenant whose tenancy commenced on the 4/3/06 with a monthly rent of 375 and, on the same date, i served a 21(1)(B).

i wrote to the tenant, on the 12th March 2007, to inform her that, with effect from the 4th April 2007, the rent was to be increased by 15 per month to 390.

The tenant has refused the increase, i have told her it is not negotiable as 390 is market rent and therefore asked her for her notice to vacate.

If she does not provide this, given that i served the 21(1)(B), am i obliged to give her any notice? If so, the tenant currently corresponds by e.mail, can i provide notice by e.mail?

If she does agree to leave, can i ask her to vacate more or less immediately?

I await your reply.

Thank you,

Martin


02/05/2007 00:00

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